When we install a WordPress then default WordPress logo set automatically. Default wp logo looks ugly specially when you are running a client website. You should change login logo with your company’s official logo. While searching on internet we seen that there are number of articles are available about changing a default WordPress logo. So in this article we’ll trying to show your how to change login logo in WordPress website. There are many ways available about changing a logo you can change it manually or through a plugin. In this tutorial we will trying to cover all possible ways.
Changing WordPress Login Logo Manually
WordPress login logo changing process is so easy simply get access on your server’s root directory wheres WordPress installed. You can access through cPanel or FTP. Now open your wp-admin/images directory and search wordpress-logo.png image. After finding the image replace it with yours. You should remember that WordPress allow the following image size 274 X 63. So whenever you create a logo you should set the image size 274 X 63 in pixels and rename it as wordpress-logo.png and replace it with older one. After completing the task simply go back to your login screen and you will see that the new logo is changed with the old one.
Changing WordPress Login Logo Plugin
Changing the default image logo through a plugin is easiest way even a baby can do it. In WordPress plugin directory many plugins are available which can do this job for you. Uber login logo is a simple, lightweight WordPress plugin which helps you to change login logo. First you need to do is that install and activate the plugin. Upon activation go to Setting > Uber Login Logo and upload your image. For more information see a below image.
After uploading a image it will replace it with the older one. You can confirm this changing by going to the WordPress login area screen.This is the easiest way we ever found. If You know a better way about changing the WordPress Login Logo share with us by leaving a comment below.
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